RMP045M8–aerial view of a glider site on the Pennines, UK
RMRB805N–Yellow Bellied Glider.
RMET1KJ0–paramotor glider shadow on fields Pune Maharashtra India Asia
RFE920MG–Aerial view of Hang glider
RFM1JRJX–Wandering glider dragonfly in flight
RMWHBDJH–A modern reconstruction of Cayley's glider in flight. The first glider full-size man-carrying was designed by Sir George Cayley of Brompton Hall, Brompton, Yorkshire and described in the Mechanics Magazine for 15th September 1852. The aircraft was a monoplane with a kite-shaped wing and an adjustable tail-plane and fin. The total wing area is estimated to have been 500 sq ft and the weight of the machine 300 lb. The pilot was carried in a boat-shaped nacelle with tricycle undercarriage by means of a tiller control, he could operate a second smaller tail unit which served as both rudder and